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RE: Meteobridge added support to share data on Windy
@Meteoplug you should seem them by now.
RE: Meteobridge added support to share data on Windy posted in Windy Stations
How-to Request the Windy Station API key
Here is easy to follow how-to tutorial, which explains the process of creating your station on Windy and generating Windy Stations API key. The Windy Stations API key is necessary for sending the data to Windy.
Go to Windy Stations website: https://stations.windy.com and click on Register to beta. Bear in mind that Windy Stations are still in Beta version and all data might be deleted or the website does not have to behave as intended or expected.
Sign in with your Windy Community username and password.
For adding new station click on
To add a station please fill in all necessary information. Required fields are:
- Selection of "Sharing of your data" - here you consent that we can share your data on Windy.
- Location (either by selection location on the map or by inserting lat/lon) and elevation
- Select height above the ground level for either Windmeter or Tempmeter
Now you should see your station listed on your personal screen. By clicking on button highlighted below you open your station detail on Windy.
As soon as you start sending the data, they will appear in station detail.
Meteobridge added support to share data on Windy
Meteobridge added support to send data to Windy. The setup of Meteobridge is very easy. Just go to the tab Weather Networks and choose from the dropdown list Windy.com. Insert your Windy Station API key, which you can generate on Windy Stations website.
Note: you need to your MeteoBridge firmware to have Windy in Weather Networks tab.
Weather Display added support to publish your data on Windy
You can now upload your data to Windy via the Weather Display. Just go to the control panel and in section Publication, you can now select Windy. You just fill the API key, which you can generate on Windy Station website, and select the upload frequency.
RE: Wind direction interval
To reduce small variations in second to second measurements that are attributed to sensor sampling “noise” and not representative of ambient temperature, the following time sampling intervals for measurements are suggested:
- Temperature: latest 5 minute average
- Dew Point: latest 1 minute average
Mean Wind Speed and Direction: 2-minute mean of speed and direction sampled before the observation valid time sampled from high-resolution data (minimum: 5 second instrument polling).
Gust: Maximum instantaneous wind value observed in the 10 minutes before the observation valid time sampled from full resolution data (minimum: 5 second instrument polling).
Reporting frequency: 1-minute updates derived from the minimum reported pressure value observed in the past minute. Typically, basis for the 1-minute minimum pressure reports are from a series of ten 6-second interval instantaneous pressure measurements.